A dream country, Myanmar, you must see this place on Earth! Here are several attractions in Myanmar. Travelers with a passion for Buddhist temples, pagodas and stupas should have a field day in Bagan, since it contains more of these than any other place in the world. The most popular destination in Myanmar, Bagan was the capital of the First Burmese Empire from the 9th to the 13th centuries. The site that Marco Polo once described as the “gilded city” was home to around Buddhist 13,000 temples in its 11th-century heyday. Thousands of temples, stupas and pagodas remain, including the famous Ananda temple with its sparkling gold spires.
Kalaw is a hill station situated about 1300 meters above the sea level. Like the other attractions of Myanmar, you are provided with a wide range of specialties, accommodations, and kinds of entertainment at a reasonable cost. One reason why Kalaw becomes a travel attraction for Myanmar tourism is tourist prefer coming here for trekking. You can independently do a short walk around the area to witness the daily life of the tribal group or discover the mystery of Hnee Pagoda in a cave filled with golden Buddhas. Otherwise, you can rent local guide to go long-way hiking from here to other tourist attractions in Myanmar and perhaps on your way you may catch sight of fascinating heritages remaining from the colonization of Britain.
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The Shwedagon Pagoda is one of the Myanmar top tourist attractions. This giant golden structure in Yangon rises to a height of 99 metres with its exterior covered in around 60 tonnes of gold. If you look up at the top of the stupa, you can see a 76-carat diamond as well as more than 7,000 smaller ones throughout the complex. Inside Shwedagon, there are smaller pagodas and pavilions dedicated to different Buddhist deities. Admission is MKK 8000 ($6 USD) and you should expect to spend up to three hours here. Be aware that you need to remove your shoes and it may be advisable to bring a plastic bag to carry your footwear.